Monthly Archives: January 2013

Wouldn’t it be strange?

About a year and a half ago, I quoted a song that means a great deal to me.  It comes to my mind more often than I feel comfortable with.  The post where I first mentioned it can be found … Continue reading

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What’s your story?

As a writer, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I’m all about story.  Stories drive the narrative of our lives.  They are the narrative of our lives.  Don Miller‘s excellent book, “A Million Miles In A Thousand Years“, tells … Continue reading

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Your call is important

Thank you for your call.  Due to unusually high volume, our representatives are all busy taking customer calls on other lines.  Your call is important to us, so please hold the line while we serve other customers.  One of our … Continue reading

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Cheese photo

A few nights ago, I was at a party.  Someone was wandering around taking photographs of the festivities.  He approached the snack table.  He decided to take a picture of the yummy cheese selection. That got me to thinking: What … Continue reading

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MS and self

MS is a funny beast (funny strange, not funny ha-ha).  It affects a lot of things directly: walking, memory, balance, strength, emotions, and much more. Then it has secondary effects.  These are not symptoms of the disease, but problems caused … Continue reading

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One girl’s story

(How might Jairus’ daughter have looked back on her miraculous encounter with Jesus?  The story is recorded in the Gospel of St. Mark, chapter 5.) They tell me I was gone no more than an hour.  It could have been … Continue reading

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